University of Maryland, University College - Completion Scholarship

Benefits
Complete a bachelor's program for about $12,000

Eligibility

At least a 2.0 cumulative GPA
At least an associates from MC
A U.S. citizen or permanent resident non-citizen
International and Dream Act students accepted

Contact
Tiffany Carter, Education Coordinator, College and University Partnerships, UMUC, tiffany.carter@umuc.edu, (301) 738-6152

MC Transfer Agreement: http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Plain.aspx?id=53021.

For more information, visit www.umuc.edu/students/aid/scholarships/umuc-completion-scholarship-details.cfm.


University of Maryland, College Park - Transfer Academic Excellence Scholarship

Benefits
Full tuition for four consecutive semesters

Eligibility
Cumulative GPA of at least 3.5
Completion of 56 credits or an Associate’s Degree
Be a Maryland resident
Be a new applicant
Demonstrate English language profeciency

Deadline

Apply for admissions and scholarship by March 1

Contact
Office of Admissions, um-admit@umd.edu, (301)314-8385

MC Transfer Agreement: http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/edu/plain.aspx?id=53023

For more information, visit www.admissions.umd.edu/finaid/MeritScholarshipsForTransferStudents.php.

UMD Engineering Transfer Scholarship

Benefits
All scholarships offered by Clark School of Engineering

Eligibility
FAFSA by February 15
Fill out Engineering Scholarship application
Be prepared to answer the following questions
  • Describe any financial considerations affecting your ability to attend the University of Maryland.
  • Describe your engineering interests and career plans. How you became interested in engineering, what interests you about your major, your plans after graduation, and what you hope to do with your engineering degree.


Deadline
May 31

Contact
Bruk Berhane, Scholarship Coordinator for freshmen and transfer students, bberhane@umd.edu, (301)405-0287

MC Transfer Agreement: http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/edu/plain.aspx?id=53023


Morgan State University - Transfer Incentive Program

Benefits
$2,000 per semester ($4,000 per year)

Eligibility
Must have an associate's degree
Enroll in Actuarial Science, Chemistry, Construction Management, Economics, Engineering Physics, English, Finance, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics or Theater. (MC Transfer Agreements below) 
Cumulative grade point average of 2.0 

Contact 
Transfer Incentive Program, tip@morgan.edu 

UMBC - Mechanical Engineering S-STEM Site


Benefits
Avg. 4,500

Eligibility
GPA of 2.75
12 Credits in the last 2 years
Letter of Interest

Deadline
April 1

Contact
Dr. Liang Zhou, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, zlang@umbc.edu, (410)455-3332

MC Transfer Agreement: http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Plain.aspx?id=52824

For More Information: www.umbc.edu/me-sstem.

University of Maryland - Regents Scholarships

Benefits
All college expenses covered including in-state tuition, room & board, fees, and other academic expenses 

Eligibility
56 credits completed prior to enrollment
3.8 GPA or Higher

Deadline
May 2nd

Contact
Campus Representatives:
GermantownHelen Dias, Germantown Counseling Center maria.dias@montgomerycollege.edu or Lucy Laufe, lucy.laufe@montgomerycollege.edu
Rockville: Jessica Present, Rockville Counseling Center, jessica.present@montgomerycollege.edu or Deborah Chambers, Student Services, deborah.chambers@montgomerycollege.edu
Takoma Park/Silver Spring: Jeri Gresham, Takoma Park/Silver Spring Counseling Center, jeri.gresham@montgomerycollege.edu or Carole Wolin, carole.wolin@montgomerycollege.edu

MC Transfer Agreement: See various campus transfer agreements, http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/agreements/

Maryland Hispanic Achievement Scholarship



Benefits
$2,000 - one time 

Eligibility
High school/College/University GPA of 2.5 or higher, or GED certification with a recommendation from an academic advisor
Must attend a Maryland accredited post-secondary institution
Significant contribution of voluntary community service during the last 12 months
The applicant must not be more than a third generation Hispanic.
Established home residency in the State of Maryland for at least two (2) years prior to the award date of the scholarship

Deadline
June 30

Contact
Lorna Virgili, President/CEO National Hispanic Communications Groups, lorna@nhcgmedia.com240 277-8072 


For more information, visit montgomeryhispanicgala.org/scholarship.html.

Universities at Shady Grove - Terp Transfer Partnership Scholarship


Benefits:
Difference between MC and UMD Tuition paid for one academic year

Eligibility:
Associate's degree from MC
3.0 GPA or better
Attend the USG Terp Transfer Partnership Orientation session at USG
Meet at least once per semester with USG Transfer Access Assistant Director and UMCP Program Director
Attend at least one USG Center for Academic Success Workshop per year
Meet with USG Career Counselor prior to completion of Associate’s Degree
Complete academic program requirements outlined in transfer agreements

Deadline:
June 15 for Fall Enrollment
November 15 for Spring Enrollment

Contact:
Justin Edgar, Assistant Director for Transfer Access Programs, jedgar@umd.edu, 301-738-6071

MC Transfer Agreements:http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Plain.aspx?id=61399

For More Information:http://www.shadygrove.umd.edu/usg-ttp

UMBC Merit Scholarships for Transfer Students


UMBC

Benefits:$2,500 each year for two years of academic study

Eligibility:-For the Academic Achievement Award for Transfers3.7 GPA
35 credits completed

-For the Phi Theta Kappa Award
3.7 GPA
30 credits completed
Deadline:March 15 for FallNovember 1 for Spring

Contact:Emily Meyers, Merit Scholarship Coordinator, meyerse1@umbc.edu443-612-2948


UMBC - Transfer Student Alliance


UMBC

Benefits:
1,500 per year for two years
On Campus Housing
25% Discounts on one course per term

Eligibility:
Associate's Degree
3.5 GPA

Deadline:
May 1 for Fall
January 1 for Spring

Contact:
Germantown Campus, Anne Schleicher, Transfer Counselor, Anne.Schleicher@montgomerycollege.edu240-567-1991

Rockville Campus, Joan Hawkins, Counselor, Joan.Hawkins@montgomerycollege.edu, 240-567-5075

Takoma Park, Roberta Buckberg, Transfer Coordinator, Roberta.Buckberg@montgomerycollege.edu, 240-567-1614


MC Transfer Agreement:

For More Information: www.umbc.edu/undergraduate/apply/tsa.html

UMBC - Cyber Scholars Program

UMBC
Benefits:
$5,000 - $15,000 scholarship per year
A Living-Learning Community
Faculty Mentor
Cyber Security Internship

Eligibility:
60 Credits
3.25 GPA

Deadline:
February 14

Contact:
Cindy Greenwood, Assistant Director Cyber Scholars, cindyg@umbc.edu, 410-455-3881.

MC Transfer Agreements:http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Plain.aspx?id=52824

For More Information:http://cybersecurity.umbc.edu/cyberscholars/

Juniata College

Benefits:
James Quinter Scholarship - $20,000 Per Year
Phi Theta Kappa - $24,000 

Eligibility:
James Quinter Scholarship - 27 Credits & GPA
Phi Theta Kappa - 45 Semester Hours & 3.85 GPA

Deadlines:
With Admissions Application

Contact: 
Brett Basom, Director of Admission and Transfer Coordinator, basomb@juniata.edu

University of Baltimore

Benefits:
Full-time students - up to $3,000 per academic year
Part-time students - up to $600 per academic year

Eligibility:
2.5 GPA or higher

Deadline:
April 15

Contact:
Peter Scanlan, Director of Community College Relations, pscanlan@ubalt.edu, (410)837-6814

MC Transfer Agreement: http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Plain.aspx?id=52774

For More Information: http://www.ubalt.edu/admission/transfer/index.cfm
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UMBC Sherman STEM Teacher Scholars Program

Benefits:
$5000-$10000 per academic year
Membership in the small cohort
Professional Support
Social Support
Academic Support

Eligibility:
Acceptance into a STEM or MAT program at UMBC

Deadline:
March 15th

Contact: 
Rehana Shafi, Director, rshafi@umbc.edu, (410)455-1736

MC Transfer Agreement: http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Plain.aspx?id=52824

For More Information: http://shermanprogram.umbc.edu/how-to-apply/

Stevenson University - Transfer Fellowship Scholarship

Benefits:
3.8 GPA or greater - $14,000
3.65-3.79 - $12,000
3.5-3.64 - $10,000
3.35-3.49 - $8,000
3.0-3.34 - $7,000
2.8-2.99 - $5,000
Honors Incentive - $2,000

Eligibility:
Apply and be accepted into a degree program\
Honors Incentive - Be involved with honors society at community college

Deadline:
February 1st - Fall
October 1st - Spring

Contact:
Office of Financial Aid, financialaid@stevenson.edu, (443)334-3200

MC Transfer Agreement: http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Plain.aspx?id=51735

For More Information: http://www.stevenson.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid-scholarships/types-of-aid/transfer.html

UMBC MARC U*STAR Transfer Scholarship


Benefits
Nearly full tuition scholarship at UMBC.
A generous stipend to help defray the cost of room and board.
Travel funds for approved scientific meetings.

Eligibility
Transferring to UMBC with a minimum of 60 credits.
Have a 3.2 GPA each semester and a cumulative GPA of 3.2.
Plan to pursue a Ph.D. and a career in biomedical research or mathematics.
Citizen, non-citizen national or permanent resident of the United States.

Deadline
February 21.

Contact
Dr. Jackie King, MARC U*STAR Program Assistant Director, jking3@umbc.edu

MC Transfer Agreements: http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Plain.aspx?id=52824


For more information: visiwww.umbc.edu/MARC/index.html

George Washington University - CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service

GWU provides government funded full scholarships for full-time study for upper-level undergraduates.

Eligible majors include, but are not limited to, Mathematics, Biometrics, Electrical, Electronic, Software, & Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Programming, Computer Support, Information Security (Assurance), Information Systems Technology, Forensic Science, Business Management, Business Administration, Public Policy and Public Administration.

Program Benefits:
·         Tuition & fees paid in full (2 years)
·         $20,000 annual stipend for GW CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service; $17,000 per academic year for Department of Defense, Information Assurance Scholarship
·         Professional development allowance of $1,500 a year for travel, professional certification, etc.
·         Annual allowance of $1,000 for books
·         Paid summer internship between the junior & senior year
·         Two years of required service at an appropriate government employer after graduation

Eligibility Criteria:
·         3.0 cumulative GPA
·         U.S. Citizen
·         Accepted or applied for full-time enrollment at GW with an undergraduate major in an area related to computer security and information assurance

Application:
·         Student needs to apply to GW
·         Apply for the scholarship at www.seas.gwu.edu/cybercorps/application

Deadline to Apply: January 31

Contact: Dr. Lance Hoffman, (202) 994-5613, lanceh@gwu.edu  

Department of Defense, Information Assurance Scholarship Program

The Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP) is designed to assist in recruiting highly qualified personnel in the field of Information Assurance to meet the Department of Defense’s information technology requirements for national defense.

Program Benefits:
·         Scholarships will pay for the full cost of tuition, select fees, required books, lab expenses, supplies and equipment incurred by students selected for the program
·         $17,000 stipend per academic year

Eligibility Criteria:
·         3.2 cumulative GPA
·         Must be a citizen of the United States at the time of application
·         Must be eligible to begin either the third or fourth year of an undergraduate degree program
·         You must be pursuing a course of study and/or have a declared major in one of the scientific, technical or managerial disciplines related to computer and network security, with a concentration in an information assurance function.

Deadline to Apply: January 31

Apply Online:

Contact: Dr. Lance Hoffman, (202) 994-5613, lanceh@gwu.edu

Points of Contact at MC
Rockville – Jessica Present, jessica.present@montgomerycollege.edu (240) 567-5063
Germantown – Maria Dias, maria.dias@montgomerycollege.edu (240) 567-6965
Takoma Park/Silver Spring – roberta.buckberg@montgomerycollege.edu (240) 567-1614

Phi Theta Kappa


 Phi Theta Kappa members who apply to GW are considered for academic tuition scholarships of $7,500 per year. To qualify for consideration, applicants must apply to enter GW for the fall semester on a full-time basis, present proof of membership in PTK and have at least 56 credits with a cumulative GPA of 3.7.

Universities at Shady Grove

USG is offering 33 scholarships to students for Spring, 2014.

Instructions
Please submit and attach the following documents to USG’s Office of Student & Academic Services: 
  • A completed scholarship application.
  • 2 page personal statement (See application for more details).
  • SAR report (if filed FAFSA).
The following supporting documents are welcome, but not required: 

  • Current transcripts for all college level course work completed to date. 
  • Resumes and any other supporting documents that you feel are relevant. 

Application
To view the USG Scholarship application, click here.

To view a complete listing of USG Scholarships visit: 

www.shadygrove.umd.edu/scholarships

Deadline to Apply

December 13

McDaniel College

Benefits & Eligibility
$18,000 per year with a 3.5 GPA or higher and Phi Theta Kappa status
$16,000 per year with a 3.2 GPA or higher

$14,000 per year with GPA between 2.8 and 3.2

Deadline
June 10 for fall admission, January 4 for spring admission.

Contact
Dawn Young, Assistant Director of Admissions, dgold@mcdaniel.edu, 1-(800)-638-5005


Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarships

How to Apply
Two-Phase Application Process – This year’s selection will happen in two phases. Phase One includes an online application plus one online recommendation from a professor or teacher at your community college. If you are selected as a semifinalist based on the Phase One application, you will be invited to submit additional information in Phase Two of the application process, including a second recommendation and financial information.

  1. No Nominations – You will not be required to seek a nomination from the Faculty Representative at your institution in order to be considered for the scholarship.
The online application will open September 12, 2013.
Phase One application requirements will include:
 - Online application, due November 7, 2013 (closes at 12:00 p.m., noon, Central Time)
 - One online recommendation from a professor or instructor at your community college (due November 12, 2013)
If you are selected as a semifinalist based on the Phase One application, you will be invited to submit additional information in Phase Two of the application process.
Phase Two application requirements will include:
 - Continuation of student online application, including transcripts
 - Student Financial Form, including a copy of 2012 Federal Tax Return
 - Parent Financial Form, including a copy of 2012 Federal Tax Return (required for applicants under 30 years of age)
 - Second recommendation (due January 20, 2014)
Phase Two deadline is January 16, 2014 (closes at 12:00 p.m., noon, Central Time).
PHASE ONE
The Phase One online application will open September 12, 2013, and must be submitted no later than November 7, 2013 (by 12:00 p.m., noon, Central Time).
Before submitting an online application and supporting documents, applicants should ensure that they meet all eligibility and submittal requirements. Applicants should follow directions carefully and complete all appropriate application sections.
Follow the links and read the information and instructions provided, including eligibility requirements, required application materials, and important dates:
 - FAQs
If you are selected as a semifinalist based on the Phase One application, you will be invited to submit additional information in Phase Two of the application process. The Phase Two online application must be submitted, along with all supporting documentation, no later than January 7, 2014 (by 12:00 p.m., noon, Central Time).

Deadline
November 7

University of Maryland, Eastern Shore

Benefits
$2,500 scholarship

Eligibility

At least a 2.7 cumulative GPA.
At least 24-30 credits.
Reserve housing and enroll by June 14.
Must declare a major in one of the following disciplines:
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, or Math
Deadline
Must apply and accept admissions by June 14.

Contact
Tyrone Young, Director of Admissions and Recruitment, tyoung@umes.edu, (410) 651-6411

MC Transfer Agreement: http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Plain.aspx?id=53001

For more information, visit http://www.umes.edu/financialaid/Default.aspx?id=19088

University of Akron - Advantage Awards


Akron Advantage Gold Award - Benefits
$9,000 per year.

Eligibility

Renewable up to six semesters.
Must meet two of the following criteria:
  • Transfer GPA minimum of 3.25 with 24 earned semester hours.
  • High school GPA minimum 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.
  • Top 10 percent on high school class.
  • ACT composite score minimum of 25 or SAT combined (critical reading and math) minimum of 1130.
Additional Information
There is no scholarship application.  Your admission application will determine your eligibility for scholarships.

Akron Advantage Blue Award - Benefits
$6,500 per year.

Eligibility

Renewable up to six semesters.
Minimum cumulative transfer GPA of 2.75

Additional Information

There is no scholarship application.  Your admission application will determine your eligibility for scholarships.

Partners in Excellence Scholarship


Benefits
$2,500 per year for students with a 3.5 GPA or higher.
$2,000 per year for students with a 3.25 GPA or higher.

Eligibility

Must have at least 24 credits.
Renewable up to six, full-time semesters.

Deadline

June 1 for fall semester, Dec. 1 for spring semester.
There is no scholarship application.  Your admission application will determine your eligibility for scholarships.

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship


Phi Theta Kappa members will receive $1,000 per year in addition to other scholarships they receive.


Contact

Karen Dickerson, Director, Transfer and Adult Student Enrollment Center, kdicker@uakron.edu, (330) 972-6415